Hairdressing recruitment agency listing
In the hairdressing industry, the most powerful marketing tool is word of mouth. Client-salon trust is paramount, and with this in mind, finding reliable, well-qualified stylists is essential – although not always simple.
While other industries have seen their profits compromised by the technological revolution of the last 15 years, hairdressing is one service that can never be replicated cheaply online. Some stylists have found their jobs affected by the recession of the last few years, but hairdressing is still solid as an industry.
If you are an experienced hairdresser, you will know that pay arrangements vary considerably. Some salons offer a low rate of basic pay plus commission, and some work with you on a ‘self-employed’ basis, where the company provides the products but you split the pay 50/50. It all depends. Experts advise considering what might suit you best, and being prepared to negotiate.
Seeking the help of an experienced recruitment consultant can save both stylists and salons time and money. Today there are even specialist recruitment agencies that serve only this industry. Often, they are best placed to match a candidate’s skills and aspirations with a salon’s ethos.
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Prestige Staff - Permanent & Contract Recruitment
Industries covered: Spa & Beauty, plus: Accounting & Finance, Administration, Catering and Hospitality, Child Care, Consulting, Creative / Design, Call Centre / Customer Service, Domestic / Child Care, Driving, Education, Executive / Management, Fashion, Food & Drink, Health Care, Personnel / HR, Marketing, Media, Multilingual & Language, PR, Project Management, Property, Retail, Sales, Training / Learning, Social Care, Telecommunications, Travel, FMCG
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Recruiter TipTo commence a career within the Hairdressing industry you will need to complete the minimum of NVQ level 2. The majority of salons will support your training and allow you to attend day release courses to complete the qualification and also enable you to gain on the job experience.
Red Currant - Spa & Beauty Specialists
Logic 360 Ltd
Recruiter TipIf you are looking to recruit a Hairdresser, it may be useful to look beyond the basic NVQ qualification and find out if the stylist has completed any further courses, e.g. Advanced Colouring/Occasion hair etc. as this may increase revenue to your salon and allow you to offer further bespoke services.
Spa Elite - Spa, Medical Aesthetic & Leisure Recruitment
Industries covered: Spa & Beauty, plus: Executive / Management, Headhunting, Health Care, Sales, Sport, Recreation & Leisure, Travel